Durrrr-Challenge: togel online extends his lead in short session

The durrrr challenge saw some action at the tables with a small session on 20th that logged 693 hands and Patrik Antonius extended his lead to $424,631 Here’s a few hands  from that session.


The first pot to break the 100k mark didn’t come long after the session started. Dwan opened to $1,200, Antonius 3bet to $3,600 and togel online repopped to $10,800. Antonius called and both players were to check a Jd7h3c flop. The turn came Th and Antonius bet $21,000 Dwan shoved for $39,399 and Antonius made the cal. Dwan showed KhQdTd8h for middle paid and the two draws. Antonius had AcKdQc4h for the same straight draw and a couple of overs. 8c fell on the river and Dwan scooped the first big pot of the session.


A couple of minutes later another big pot amassed when they both got it in on a KhTs4d3d board. Antonius had AsTc8s3c for two pair and Dwan showed AdQdQs5d for a flush draw and a gutshot. The river fell 6d and Dwan got the lucky runner runner. But Antonius was to get his own back with a bit of luck in the following hand. Dwan opened for $1,200 and Antonius called. The board came 9s5s4c and Antonius led $2,400, Dwan elected just to call. The 3h came on the turn and Antonius double barreled $6,000, Dwan again called and the river fell Ts. Anonius checked it this time and Dwan tried to take the pot with a $15,600 bet. Antonius check/raised all-in to $64,192 and Antonius showed AsJs8h3c for the nut flush.


Dwan was to finish the session $33,000 down.


With the WSOP starting in a few days it’s unlikely there’ll be much action as they’ll both be playing quite a few events and taking part in some of the live cash games.


High Stakes Rail: Dwan and Sahamies play 3k/9k PLO


Last Sunday afternoon, Tom “durrrr” Dwan, Phil Ivey, and Ilari “Ziigmund” Sahamies played three-handed $500-$1,000 HA. Sahamies was the big winner in that session, building his stack to over $500,000. Dwan then decided he’d play both Ivey and Sahamies concurrently on separate heads-up PLO tables.


Though Dwan was able to take about $238,000 off Ivey in their match, Dwan took a epic beating when it came to Sahamies, he made around $1,000,000 off Dwan.


In the biggest pot of the session, Dwan opened for $3,000, Sahamies 3bet to $9,000, re-popped to $27,000 and Sahamies called. Both players checked the QsJd5h flop. Sahamies checked again when the turn came the 3d and Dwan bet $37,200, Sahamies called. The river came 8d completing both straight and flush draws. Sahamies put out a hefty $128,400 bet and Dwan made the call and mucked. Sahamies showed KdTc9d7s for the king-high flush to take down the $385,000 pot.


The following day, the two were at it again. Though Dwan appeared to be on the comeback trail in the early part of the match, Sahamies started taking down some huge pots to set Dwan in the hole by another $400,000.


As if the stakes weren’t high enough, Ilari Sahamies and Tom Dwan decided to push them even further in two later sessions .While playing heads-up $500/1,000 PLO, Sahamies proposed $3,000/9,000 “blinds” to Dwan.


Ziigmund: lets make deal

Ziigmund: always have to raise and reraise

durrrr: what type?

durrrr: lol

Ziigmund: ok?

durrrr: ill do for 10hands ok?

Ziigmund: before flop

durrrr: next 10hands

Ziigmund: ok next 10 hands

durrrr: god

durrrr: lol

durrrr: so sick

Ziigmund: then u can do what u want

Ziigmund: rereraise

durrrr: ya obv

Ziigmund: or whatever

durrrr: ya

durrrr: 10 hands

Ziigmund: but raise and reraise before flop

durrrr: ya


The arrangement lasted far longer than ten hands and huge pots developed as a result. After Dwan put in the $3,000 ‘blind’ and Sahamies the compulsory $9,000 ‘blind’, Dwan elected to just call. The flop came Tc9d6c, Sahamies bet $16,000 and Dwan raised to $53,600 but Sahamies came back over the top for $178,800. Dwan moved all in for a total of $475,283 and Sahamies called, showing AcJs9c3c for middle pair and the nut flush draw while Dwan had AsQs8h7d for the nut straight. Luck was on Sahamies’ side however, as the 4c fell on the turn to make his flush. The river was the 6s and Sahamies earned himself the $577,596 pot.


Dwan ended up winning $160,000 in the session, and won another $160,000 the following day when he and Sahamies logged another session with the same ‘blind’ levels.


Who’s Up? Who’s Down?


This week’s biggest winners: Ilari “Ziigmund” Sahamies (+$1.6 million), Gus Hansen (+$486,000), DIN_FRU (+$321,000)


This week’s biggest losers: Tom “durrrr” Dwan (-$1.08 million), Sami “LarsLuzak” Kelopuro (-$421,000), “luckexpress10” (-$362,000)